Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow…

Hey guys, as always with these posts, we have just finished our most recent project in the PLP 11/12 cohort. This particular project continued on from where in history we had left off, after WWII and into the Cold War and also happened to include our Shakespeare play for the year, Macbeth. Now you may… Continue Reading Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow…

Hiroshima and The Weight of Morals

The Winter Exhibition has come and gone once again and with it, our main project for the semester. Based on my previous blog posts you could probably come to the conclusion that we were focusing on Hiroshima, or more specifically the bomb that was used to destroy it. However, that’s not really the full extent… Continue Reading Hiroshima and The Weight of Morals

How the Airplane Changed the World

Planes are not something one often thinks about in their day to day lives, they offer transportation around the world for both people and things and for many that is all the thought towards them that they deserve. Planes have become an everyday part of society, so much so that it’s almost impossible to imagine… Continue Reading How the Airplane Changed the World

The Issue With Election Ridings

The 2021 Canadian Federal election has just concluded with the Liberals winning another minority government. In fact, when you look at how many ridings they ended up winning, I wouldn’t be surprised if your would come to the conclusion that they had won by at least a bit more of the votes than then the… Continue Reading The Issue With Election Ridings

The Heart of the Community Never Changes

Hey guys, it’s been a while since I did one of these posts wrapping up our most recent project but after the weeks of the smaller posts giving you a peek at what we’ve been doing, I’m finally here to reflect. Now, as you could have probably deciphered from the last few posts, our most… Continue Reading The Heart of the Community Never Changes